When you watch TikTok cooking, it can be annoying to write down the ingredients manually, or follow the link in the creator bio to see the recipe, however the app has a new feature that solves this problem.
TikTok has released a function called Jump that lets creators use widgets with their videos, and here’s how it works: If the feature is enabled, you can include a link to view stats, components, a Wikipedia article, or a test, according to TheNextWeb.
For starters, TikTok has partnered with Whisk, Breathwrk, Wikipedia, Quizlet, StatMuse, and Tabelog for these app integrations. You can watch the feature in action here.
And soon BuzzFeed, Jumpprope, IRL and WATCHA will also have their own hops for events, movies, and articles. This makes it easy for content creators to link to resources that support what they have to say.
App or link integration has been a big drawback when it comes to photos or videos, on Instagram you can only upload a link to your story if you have more than 10,000 followers. For videos, you should go to the “Link in Bio” path.
But this is not only limited to Instagram, it would be ideal to have this feature for videos on platforms like YouTube and Twitter, imagine these link links appearing when a company does a direct advertisement providing more details, another use case could be watching a travel video And open links to all the places mentioned in it to create your itinerary.